Can Costochondritis Cause Fibromyalgia?

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Have fibromyalgia and my fibs are sore and chestbone sore to touch Have chest pain and especially when lying down I have allergic asthma and gerd as well How to get diagnosed
Inguinal hernia is a common clinical disease. According to statistics, there are more than 20 million inguinal hernia operations worldwide every year. Inguinal hernia is an external hernia that occurs in the inguinal region. That is to say, the organs or tissues in the abdominal cavity are defective through the upper inguinal region of the abdominal wall, and there is a protruding structure to the body surface. The abdominal wall defect can be congenital or acquired. Typical inguinal hernia has the structure of hernia ring (neck), hernia sac, hernia contents and hernia cover. According to the concept of "musculopubic foramen" in anatomy, inguinal hernia includes oblique hernia,
Direct hernia, femoral hernia, anterior and lateral hernia of femoral vessel are rare. The etiology of inguinal hernia is not completely clear, but it is related to the patient's sex, age and family history. Generally, it can be summarized as follows: (1) Inguinal hernia occurs mostly in men and the elderly. (2) Congenital factors: such as patent sheath process, inguinal canal dysplasia (short length, inadequate slope) and so on. Although there is no definite genetic evidence, related studies have shown that the incidence of inguinal hernia in offspring can increase several times. (3) Acquired factors: the growth and development of the body, malnutrition and metabolism, such as chronic liver disease, peritoneal effusion, nephropathy and other causes of inguinal region abdominal wall tissue (extracellular matrix) collagen metabolism or its composition changes; also related to long-term smoking, lower abdominal surgery history and so on. According to the anatomical location of hernia (most commonly used clinically) classification (1) Indirect hernia: from the inner ring into the inguinal canal hernia. (2) Direct hernia: hernia from the triangular process of direct hernia. (3) Femoral hernia: hernia that enters the femoral canal through the femoral ring. (4) Compound hernia: There are two or more types of hernia at the same time.  (5) Per